Summary: As far as a point a click camera goes, this one is wonderful! We got ours last year because my $500 fuji decided to stop working 2 days before we went on vacation. It takes very good quality pictures, and will fit in your pocket. The one problem I have had with it is that it wants to reformat the memory card every single time I take it out and put it back in. An easy solution to this is to use the usb cable that comes with it to direct upload from the camera itself.
Summary: This is a great camera for general everyday use. The only problem I had was that I purchased this camera bundled with the recommended Kingston SD Card on Amazon's website. I was having trouble with the camera not saving the photos to the SD Card. I contacted Nikon's tech support and they informed me that only SanDisk, Lexar, Toshiba and Panasonic SD Cards are approved for use in this camera.
Summary: Turn it on and shoot a picture in just a second! Good quality pictures and great video! Life battery is one day and a couple of hours with intense use. The low battery sign will appear when you are already out there for another intense taking pictures day, so: get an extra battery or make sure every night you re-charge it. It takes about 1 1/2 hours to recharge it and the charger is light so you could event take it with you all the time.
Summary: I was going on a cross-country trip and was looking for a digital camera to bring with me when my mom recommended this one. I'd never owned a digital camera before, so I was looking for one with a reasonable price and not too many complicated features. This camera fits all my needs and more. Physically, it's a cute color (plum) and small enough to slip into your pocket if you're in a rush (as I was when I took it to the Celtics parade).
Summary: This is a great camera for the type of people who want to capture memories of friends, special events ect. It takes great pictures and this is my second camera of this type. Its only drawback is that it takes a few seconds to capture a picture, which is not a problem unless you hope to take many action shots or fast consecutive pictures. Overall a good buy and I am happy with it.
Summary: To be honest with you I wasn't to hopeful about this $143 point and shot. But I purchase it anyway as a gift for my girlfriend, she got the ability to loose everything but the head over her shoulders, so I wasn't to exited about expending a lot of money on a camera that she will loose a couple weeks later. But after I try this little thing I realize that this is indeed a very good camera.
Summary: My great joy these days is my Nikon D80 10.2MP Digital SLR Camera Kit with 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G AF-S DX VR & 55-200mm f/4-5.6G ED IF AF-S DX VR Nikkor Zoom Lenses . So what do I need with a point and shoot? The answer is I don't. If I need a quick pic of something, there is always the camera in my iPhone 3G. But I recently got a chance to set up this little Nikon for my stepson and review his work. It was very impressive. The images were clear, focused, and sharp.
Summary: It's a handy small digital camera. Impressed with it capacity in dark places. Some times, not easy to handle because it small size. The battery don't last so much so another, or a third battery, are needed. Nice colors and fine focus.